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ChromaGen Lenses help dyslexia patients
Posted January 23, 2014 By WAFF 48 News

NORTH ALABAMA (WAFF) - As a third grader, Ashley Hodges was a creative, smart student who had a teacher who thought Ashley had a problem, "She noticed that my reading wasn't up to speed."

Words seem to jump off the page and she couldn't remember what she read, "I was so focused on what are these words that I couldn't understand what was being asked."

By the end of her 4th grade year came a diagnosis of dyslexia. Little things helped, like work printed on blue paper. Years later, as a teacher, she would have a student who complained of headaches and words jumping off the page. Ashley recently acquired new glasses to help her with her own dyslexia. Instinct had her share those glasses with student, Raegan Isbell.

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